Bangkok is home to one of the largest ladyboy communities in Thailand, and they can often be spotted at work or out walking the city streets. Thai ladyboys are an accepted part of Thai culture, and are generally widely regarded as something usual — particularly in the cities of Bangkok and Pattaya. Some Thais go so far as to maintain that ladyboys have a fairly easy time getting work because with both male and female attributes they can do the work of both a man and a woman — they are generally regarded as good workers. They can commonly be found in beauty salons, hairdressers and working on makeup counters, presumably thanks to their developed mastery of these skills through their experience transforming themselves into women. These are often touted as family-friendly too.
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What comes to your mind when you think of Thailand? I know what you will say. You will probably tell me about paradise beaches, palm trees, good food, temples, Buddha statues and scooters. Then, with a bit of irony and humour, you will mention go — go bars and ladyboys. In Thailand ladyboys are everywhere: in town halls, shops, on the streets, in schools, temples and restaurants. And no wonder, Thailand is probably the only country in the world, where ladyboys are so common and where they live as normal members of the society. But why are there so many of them here?
The ways to spot a ladyboy in Pattaya are a source of keen interest to many travellers as there are few revelations more shocking than discovering that the beautiful woman you are wooing was not born female. Studies have estimated that there are between 10, and , transsexuals in Thailand and it sometimes seems like the majority of them live in Pattaya , with it often being said that Thai ladyboys are even more beautiful than Thai women, so it is a very easy mistake to make. However, it could save you a few lady drinks and a lot of embarrassment if you can tell the difference between those glamorous girls who were born as girls and those who were not.
Most are simply trying to lead a normal everyday life, just like you and me, in a world that still hasn't fully accepted its transgender community. We have many transgender friends around the world who we've met in our travels, like Finn from Berlin. We take great pride in the LGBTQ bond that unites us: as gay men we are ultimately part of the same rainbow family, undergoing the same daily struggles of acceptance.